him. and he was prepared to die. and if you look at his manifesto, the manifesto he released last week, he said, self-preservation is no longer important to me. i do not fear death. i died long ago. >> amazing he was able to last as long as he did in that small area. >> reporter: well the fascinating thing was, if you look at where the burning truck was discovered, where the press conferences were held, and where the cabin is, it's all within three or four miles. he was right there, hiding in plain sight. >> okay, pierre thomas, thanks very much. back to you, elizabeth. now, we're going to turn to the trial of that star college quarterback. the former university of montana football player, accused of sexual assault. the alleged victim is taking the stand as the very first witness. this case has rocked the top college program and divided a community. "gma's" legal analyst, dan abrams, is here. there are a lot of accusations the college hasn't been good on handling these allegations in the past. >> well, absolutely. full investigation going on.